Burgas-Alexandroupolis pipeline agreement allows parties to exit only after recoupment

The intergovernmental agreement on the construction of the Burgas-Alexandroupolis pipeline allows for the country participants to pull out of the project only after it has paid for itself, the Transneft report for 2011 says. Full Story


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#1 Oct 18, 2012
What will win Greece and Bulgaria from the Russian pipelines? Cheaper energy? But, even if Russia give temporary cheaper energy, what is the geopolitical cost for it?

Greece and Bulgaria will win if follow the EU-NATO energy politic, if support the economy-political-defense union and the enlargement of EU, if support the Russian entering in EU-NATO.

Greece and Bulgaria will not win if become enemies of EU-NATO.

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